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Welcome to the March issue of ValueNotes Connect.

It was one of the most read articles on The Guardian website last week – a letter by an Italian author in Rome about the emotions and experiences she’s been through in a country under lockdown. She ends her piece with, “If we turn our gaze to the more distant future, the future which is unknown both to you and to us too, we can only tell you this: when all of this is over, the world won’t be the same.”

The world is unlikely to remain the same… The Coronavirus is already rewriting our future.

It is now clear that we’re seeing the worst health and economic crisis, ever. Entire countries are shut, businesses cannot function, unemployment is rising dramatically, value chains have been wrecked… and worst of all – there is no end in sight! It’s natural that a calamity on this scale will invite a barrage of conversation. This has been accentuated by media (social and otherwise) – and the bad news keeps piling in.

Even though some are still in denial, the world has fundamentally changed! Without in any way trivializing the difficulties we’re facing (some more than others), here are some “random” thoughts about how our world will change post Covid-19.

Regardless of how things pan out, we must prepare ourselves for might be the new normal that the future holds for us – spend some time understanding the (yet evolving) implications this will have on our lives, careers and businesses; limit the downside; and make the most of emerging opportunities.

With best wishes to our readers, stay safe and healthy during these trying times.

 

Random thoughts on life in the post-Covid world

by Arun Jethmalani

Source:Johns Hopkins University

 

It is now clear that we’re seeing the worst health and economic crisis, ever. Entire countries are shut, businesses cannot function, unemployment is rising dramatically, value chains have been wrecked… and worst of all – there is no end in sight!

It’s natural that a calamity on this scale will invite a barrage of conversation. This has been accentuated by media (social and otherwise) – and the bad news keeps piling in.

More sick, more dead, layoffs, food crises, insufficient hospital beds and ventilators, videos on how to protect yourselves, and on and on… till a point, where we are all numbed. We don’t want to hear more bad news, but it’s all around us and nobody wants to talk about anything else.

Being prepared (as best we can) for the future is the only way forward. Here are a few of the key changes that we can expect…

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